Sierra Nevada Resource Conservation and Development Councils Celebrate Collaborative Successes

Today the RCDs in the Sierra Nevada celebrated their recent collaborations with the Sierra Nevada Conservancy, totaling $272,252 in community assistance projects. The projects capitalize

Developers No Longer Own Mountainside

SUSANVILLE - A 6,700- acre mountainside planned for a four-season resort in Lassen County has a new owner. A limited liability company seized control of the

Superior Court Judge Upholds Conservation Easement On Protected Linden Lea Ranch In Nevada County

In a final ruling, Judge Robert Tamietti in the Nevada County and California State Superior Court has decided in favor of Nevada County Land Trust


  Am I the only one nostalgic for $4.50 a gallon gas? Kind of feels like it, but by instinct I’m a contrarian about enough in

Vote with Your Fork and other agricultural truffles

I have just discovered a delightful website chronicling the growing agricultural revival. The website is based on telling stories about young farmers through film. They

Tribe accepts deal to buy Clover Valley land for open space, culture center

A Placer County Indian tribe has tentatively sealed a deal to buy 65 acres from the developer of Rocklin's Clover Valley for public open space

New Resource for the Sierra: Sierra Nevada Yard & Garden

Just released yesterday, the Sierra Nevada Yard and Garden, a homeowners' guide to landscaping in the Sierra Nevada, gives Sierra residents a comprehensive tool for

Martis Fund Grants $123,800 to Conservation Projects in Martis Valley

The Martis Fund awarded grants to the Truckee River Watershed Council and the Truckee Tahoe Community Foundation to support conservation and enhance restoration projects in

Producer's Journal: Growth and Development Issues Resonate in Communities Across America

We received an email the other day that made us smile.  It came from all the way across the country where residents face the same

Timberland Rezoning and Future Development in Northern Sierra

Our colleague Jane Braxton Little writes in the Sacramento Bee about a rezoning strategy that may lead to the future development of forestland owned by

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